Early adaptation of the novel by Victor Hugo starring Lon Chaney. You can find out more about this movie on its IMDB page . favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 4 reviews ) Topics: silent, Lon Chaney, Quasimodo
Betrayed by his fellow criminals, Lon Chaney, Jr. is executed, but has his chance for revenge when he is reanimated by a scientist. (This copy seems to have no gaps.) Find out more at the IMDB . (The video is interlaced in the MPEG2 file. If viewing with VLC, deinterlace with menu-path Video/Deinterlace/Blend.) The mpeg2 file can be loaded into DVDAuthorGUI (a free program) to create a DVD. favoritefavoritefavorite ( 3 reviews ) Topics: horror, sci-fi, Lon Chaney
Herbert Maris and his friend Lt. Weston go to their favorite fishing spot and find their fishing guide charged with murder. Features Lon Chaney, Jr. as the Sheriff and a twist ending. Season 2, Episode 1 (1960) Topics: Classic TV, Lock Up, Lon Chaney
Outside the Law is a 1920 crime film directed by Tod Browning. Browning remade the film in 1930. Black Mike (Lon Chaney) is a despicable gangster who lures Molly (Priscilla Dean), the daughter of a San Francisco underworld leader, back to a life of crime. Mike frames Molly's father for murder and then plots to double-cross her as well. But Molly's hard heart is slowly melted by her gangster lover. The film ends with in a climactic shootout. The print in a little murky so some title cards are... Topics: Tod Browning, Lon Chaney, Priscilla Dean
Public Access TV show " Weirdness Really Bad Movie " hosts public domain movies and ads clean comedy sketches enjoyable for the whole family. Today's film is "My Favorite Brunette" from 1947 and stars Bob Hope, Dorothy Lamour, Peter Lorre, Lon Chaney, Jr. and is hosted from SPACE: ROCK Gallery in Cleveland, Ohio Topics: hosted movie, murder mystery, comedy, noir, Bob Hope, Peter Lorre, Lon Chaney, Jr, Lon Chaney
Lon chaney Sr. stars as the hunchback Quasimodo in this silent film version of Victor Hugo's classic tale. The film was directed by Walace Worsley and was so successful that it grossed over $3,000,000. You can find out more about this film at A Passion for Horror Topics: hunchback notre dame 1923, wallace worsley, lon chaney hunchback notre dame, lon chaney movie
Francois Villon, vagabond, poet and philosopher, is on the road to Paris with his friend Collin when they see an elderly couple being evicted from their home. The two men turn over all their money to help the couple, but later, feeling hungry, they steal the purses of two monks. They are caught and arrested, but with Collin's help, Villon escapes. Collin is hanged and Villon is saying farewell to his friend at the gibbet when the Chevalier de Soissons arrives and mocks the dangling corpse.... Topics: Lon Chaney, Silent Film, France, Lost Film, 1914, public domain
A miner's happiness is destroyed when a rival steals his mine. He becomes obsessed with revenge, and plans a trap for the man who took his mine. Topics: SILENT, lON CHANEY, trap, canada, public domain, 1922
In this crime thriller, Chaney plays a colonial police officer who infiltrates a criminal gang in order to find stolen jewels. favoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Lon Chaney Jr, B Movie, Black and White, Poverty Row
Nanette Roland lives an unhappy existence in the Northwoods; her father dies leaving her no money, and her fiancee, Raoul Challoner, has gone off trapping for pelts, and has disappeared. She does not want to marry Duncan McDougall's son, Buck, until she is convinced that Raoul is dead. Buck fabricates evidence that Raoul is dead, and Nanette reluctantly agrees to marry him. She is about to be wed when Raoul returns and spirits her away from the ceremony. Raoul and Nanette are married, but Buck... Topics: Lon Chaney, Silent Film, 1920, Nomads of the North, Westren
You're gripped by the mystery. You're chilled by the horror of science gone terribly wrong. Then you see the alligator costume, and you fall down laughing. What the hell were they thinking? Topics: movie trailers, sci fi, horror, Beverly Garland, Lon Chaney (Jr)
13 Demon Street: The Photograph Atmospheric and slightly bizarre horror series made in Sweden. Introduced by Lon Chaney Jr. The film version ‘The Devil’s Messenger’ (three episodes edited together and linked) is already available in ‘Feature Films’ to download. favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Classic TV, 13 Demon Street, Lon Chaney Jr, Horror
Bob and Jeff review the Z-grade movies The Killer Shrews starring Ken Curtis and The Indestructable Man starring Lon Chaney Jr.and spin musical selections from The Minutemen, Hank Williams III, The Moaning Lisas, and Country Joe McDonald. All content courtesy of Archive.org Originally podcast on 9/6/05 on Garagepunk.com Topics: B Movies, Garage Punk, Minutemen, Lon Chaney Jr, Horror
13 Demon Street (Fever) Atmospheric and slightly bizarre horror series made in Sweden. Introduced by Lon Chaney Jr. The film version ‘The Devil’s Messenger’ (three episodes edited together and linked) is already available in ‘Feature Films’ to download. favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 3 reviews ) Topics: Classic TV, 13 Demon Street, Lon Chaney Jr, Horror
In this crime thriller, Chaney plays a colonial police officer who infiltrates a criminal gang in order to find stolen jewels. favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Lon Chaney Jr, B Movie, Black and White, Poverty Row
The False Faces: During World War I, a professional thief known as The Lone Wolf is assigned to steal a cylinder with important information from behind the German lines and bring it to Allied intelligence headquarters. However, German agents set out to stop him, headed by the man who was responsible for the death of the thief's sister. Topics: Lon Chaney, World War 1, False Faces, silent, 1919
Lon Chaney plays Blizzard, a deranged psychopath scarred by the childhood operation where a young doctor mistakingly amputated both of his legs. Hellbent on revenge Blizzard becomes a master criminal. This is one of Lon Chaney's most famous non-horror roles. This is copied from video mastered off a well worn home movie print. favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 7 reviews ) Topics: Feature Films, Silent films, Lon Chaney, Wallace Worsley, Gouverneur Morris
13 Demon Street (The Vine of Death) Atmospheric and slightly bizarre horror series made in Sweden. Introduced by Lon Chaney Jr. The film version ‘The Devil’s Messenger’ (three episodes edited together and linked) is already available in ‘Feature Films’ to download. Topics: Classic TV, 13 Demon Street, Lon Chaney Jr, Horror
Ho Ho Ho! Well, it's that time of year once again - the chestnuts are roasting, the tree is decorated, and the ghosts of X-Mas past, present and future are planning to visit. And, what better way to celebrate the Season than with some Lon Chaney Christmas Joy (that's "Chaney Jr.")! After a bit of "Wooden" coming attractions and an appropriate "Hector" cartoon, we bring you ol' bloated face himself in "The Indestructible Man" as an executed gangster... Topics: Lon Chaney Jr., horror, sci-fi, drive in, devil
A carnie marries the daughter of an old man with $75,000 in property. Soon after the wedding, he calmly calls the police to confess to murdering her. Season 1, Episode 7 (December 2, 1954) From a story by Nobel Prize winning author William Faulkner that originally appeared in Ellery Queen Magazine in 1946. 1955 Academy Award Winner and Golden Globe Winner Edmond O'Brien stars as Joel Flint with Lon Chaney, Jr. as Old Man Pritchel, and Douglas Kennedy as Uncle Gavin. Topics: Classic TV, Climax, William Faulkner, Edmond O'Brien, Lon Chaney, Jr.
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THE HUNCHBACK OF NOTRE DAME (1923) Starring: Lon Chaney, Patsy Ruth Miller, Norman Kerry, Nigel De Brulier, Kate Lester, Winifred Bryson, Ernest Torrence, Tully Marshall, Raymond Hatton Directed by Wallace Worsley Produced by Carl Laemmle William Thomas Sherman, firstname.lastname@example.org, http://www.mn-hp.com Topics: Lon Chaney, hunchback, Notre Dame, Patsy Ruth Miller, silent film
David Webster escapes from prison after 15 years, having been framed by Fletcher Burton, a prominent businessman. He hides out with Li Fang, a Chinese politician and former friend of Webster's. In order to move about the city undetected, he disguises himself as a cripple, dragging himself about on a pair of crutches. At a local mission, he meets his daughter, a young girl known as "The Angel Lady" because of her many kindly deeds and good works. She befriends the cripple, unaware of... ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Silent Film, Lon Chaney, Public Domain, Chinatown, 1920's
13 Demon Street (The Black Hand) Atmospheric and slightly bizarre horror series made in Sweden. Introduced by Lon Chaney Jr. The film version ‘The Devil’s Messenger’ (three episodes edited together and linked) is already available in ‘Feature Films’ to download. favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 4 reviews ) Topics: Classic TV, 13 Demon Street, Lon Chaney Jr, Horror
Warning! There may be language used in this Slaughter Film podcast that is not suitable for all listeners. The exploration into the many horrors of Universal Studios continues as Cory shares his thoughts on The Wolf Man , starring Lon Chaney Jr., and Forest reviews the '90s wolf man interpretation Wolf , starring Jack Nicholson and Michelle Pfeiffer. Forest also chats about being disappointed by the new The Birth of a Nation and he sees Once, live and on stage. Cory attends this years Living... Topics: Slaughter Film, podcast, film, movie, review, horror, The Wolf Man, Wolf, werewolf, Universal...
1925 directed by Roland West starring Lon Chaney, Johnny Arthur, Gertrude Olmstead, Hallam Cooley, Charles Sellon, Walter James, Knute Erickson and George Austin. 1925 directed by Roland West starring Lon Chaney, Johnny Arthur, Gertrude Olmstead, Hallam Cooley, Charles Sellon, Walter James, Knute Erickson and George Austin. On a dark and stormy night, mild-mannered store clerk and wanna-be detective Johnny Arthur accidentally wanders into a nearby sanitarium. At the same time, his boss and the... favoritefavoritefavorite ( 2 reviews ) Topics: The Monster, Lon Chaney, Bull of Heaven, silent films, Roland West,, Monster, Lon Chaney, Roland...
Boo! Now that we have your attention - Hello and welcome back to your favorite haunted drive in. We are happy you have chosen to spend a bit of your Halloween with us and we are just dying to deliver you a few fun scares with everyone's favorite "boo-zer" - the late great Lon Chaney Jr. First up, our double feature starts off with everyone's favorite family incest warning "Spider-Baby" with Lon starring as the ever protective chauffeur. Then, after the a rockin'... Topics: Lon Chaney Jr., Witches, Halloween, Popeye, John Carradine, horror, drive in
One does not mess with a 300-year-old British witch, especially if her decendant is Lon Chaney! Recommended for classic horror buffs as one of the better non-Hammer British fright fests. TRIVIA: There are thirteen in the cast, the number required for a witches' coven. favoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: movie trailers, horror, British horror, witches, witchcraft, Lon Chaney (Jr), Jack Hedley, Jill...
Hellooooo and welcome back to everyone's favorite shocking internet drive-in! Well with summer in full swing (at least here in that wonderland of confusion - the good ol' USA), we thought it might be appropriate to chill things out a bit with some snow and surf. And what better way to chill things out than with two more classics brought to us by that film entrepreneur, W. Lee Wilder! First up, after some "serial" fun and a jiving cartoon, Billy's older brother brings us 1954's... Topics: Lon Chaney Jr., W. Lee Wilder, drive in, horror, sci fi, Yeti
This is what audiences saw on September 6,1925 at the Astor Theater in New York City. This version is seldom seen and contains material that is different from the 1929 re-release. This print is from The Milestone Edition, the score is Mozart's 40th and 4th symphonies and Franz Schubert's Symphony No. 8 in B minor. Directed by Rupert Julian, Edward Sedgwick and Lon Chaney. favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Silent Film, Lon Chaney, The Phantom of the Opera, 1925, Universal
This is the most commonly available version of The Phantom of the Opera. It is a re-edit of the 1925 version and originally had a synchronized sound score. It is a DVD rip from the milestone edition, with the man with lantern sequence edited in. It is the best available print of the film from the UCLA film and television archives. The soundtrack is Symphony No. 8 in B minor, best known as the "Unfinished Symphony". It is not the best soundtrack for the film, but I was unsure whether... favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 3 reviews ) Topics: Silent Film, Lon Chaney, Public Domain, The Phantom of the Opera, Universal